Morgan Cooper-Bagley

Teaching Area(s): Athletic Training

I left Mount Union as an undergrad and was able to work at the Division I level because of the diverse background attained here. I often tell my students, “The day you stop learning is the day you should prepare to fail.”


Recognized by the American Medical Association as allied health professionals, athletic trainers specialize in the prevention, diagnosis, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries and illnesses. Through education and the dissemination of information, athletic trainers also play a role in injury prevention. In light of this role and the current concern about rising healthcare costs, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that employment of athletic trainers is projected to grow 37 percent through 2018, much faster than the average for all occupations.

Air Force
East Liverpool City Hospital
Hiram University
Indiana Total Therapy
Scribe America
University of Mount Union
Glen Oak High School
U.S. Army

University of Virginia
University of Delaware
University of North Carolina
University of Arkansas
California University of Pennsylvania
University of Akron
Kent State University
Walsh University
Columbus State University

Athletic training
Physician assistant
Exercise physiology
Physical therapy
Occupational therapy
Sport psychology
Sport nutrition
Kinesiology or biomechanics

Profile of Athletic Trainers

99% of our 2014 graduates started a degree-required career or were accepted to graduate school (based on respondents)
*Based on a survey of the Class of 2013 with 85% self reporting
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